List of cardiologists

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This is a list of notable cardiologists, with their year of birth, death, nationality and notability.

Cardiologists[edit]

Name Birth Death Nationality Notes Reference(s)
Anthony Adducci 1937 2006 American Inventor of the world's first lithium battery powered artificial pacemaker. [1]
John Brereton Barlow 1924 2008 South African He first described Mitral valve prolapse (also called Barlow's syndrome) [2][3]
Murat Başkurt 1973 Turkish [4]
Fernando Antonio Bermúdez Arias 1933 2007 Venezuelan
Barouh Berkovits 1926 2012 Czechoslovakia Pioneered Cardiac Defibrillators and Pace Makers [5]
Richard N. Fogoros American [6]
Michel Haïssaguerre 1955 French [7]
Mark Josephson 1943 American He published "Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology: Techniques and Interpretations," [8]
Geza de Kaplany 1926 Hungarian He murdered his wife in August 1962. He later received life imprisonment. [9][10][11]
Antonio Fernós-Isern 1895 1974 Puerto Rican He was the "first" Puerto Rican cardiologist and a former Resident Commissioner of Puerto Rico [12]
Mario R. García Palmieri 1927 Puerto Rican He was given the title Master of the American College of Cardiology (M.A.C.C.), an honor given to a maximum three cardiologists in practice each year. [13][14]
Mervyn Gotsman 1935 South African He was chairman of the cardiology department at Hadassah University Medical Center for 27 years. [15]
Max Holzmann 1899 1994 [16]
Murray S. Hoffman 1924 American Chief of Cardiology at National Jewish Hospital and then went into private practice in Denver, Colorado, President of the National Mayo Alumni Association, Member of the Board of Trustees of the American College of Cardiology, President of the Colorado Heart Association, retired from private practice and joined the faculty at the University of Colorado Medical Center. As President of the Colorado Heart Association, he founded one of the early jogging programs promoting heart health.
Vladimir Kanjuh 1929 Macedonian [17]
John Kjekshus 1936 Norwegian chaired the National Association for Public Health from 2005. He is a member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters since 1995 and was awarded the King's Medal of Merit in 2007
Bhagawan Koirala 1960 Nepali [18]
Nicholas Kounis Greek He described Kounis syndrome. [19]
Rashid Massumi 1926 2015 Iranian-American He provides cardiology services in Beverly Hills, California. [20][21]
Quintiliano de Mesquita 1918 2000 Brazilian [22]
Michel Mirowski 1924 1990 Polish-American Implantable defibrillator [23]
Ivan Mitev 1924 2007 Bulgarian He discovered the sixth heart tone [24]
Henry N. Neufeld 1923 1986 Israeli
Denis Noble 1936 British He was awarded the State Prize of the USSR in the field of science and technology. [25]
Amiran Revishvili 1956 Russian [26]
Park Seung-jung Korean
Walter Somerville 1913 2005 Irish [27]
Ramón M. Suárez 1895 1981 Puerto Rican Dr. Suarez has been considered one of the most eminent and distinguished medical professionals from Puerto Rico. [28]
Hans Thornander
Frans Van de Werf Belgium Editor-in-Chief, European Heart Journal [29]
Hein Wellens 1935 Dutch Cardiac Electro-physiology
Karel Frederik Wenckebach 1864 1940 Dutch and Austrian [30]
Mónica Xavier 1956 Uraguayan Cardiologist turned Politician [31]
Hagop Janssian 1942 2016 Armenian Received his MD from the Heidelberg University in Germany [32]
Naresh Trehan 1946 Indian Received numerous awards, including the Padma Shri, Padma Bhushan, Lal Bahadur Shastri National Award and Dr. B. C. Roy Award.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Minnesota Historical Society: Anthony J. Adducci| Pioneers of the Medical Industry in Minnesota
  2. ^ Cheng, Tsung O. (2000). "John B. Barlow: Master clinician and compleat cardiologist". Clinical Cardiology. 23: 66–67. doi:10.1002/clc.4960230123. PMC 6655006.
  3. ^ John B. Barlow: The man and his syndrome - International Journal of Cardiology
  4. ^ Assoc. DR.MURAT BAŞKURT
  5. ^ Barouh Berkovits Obituary - Levine Chapels | Brookline MA
  6. ^ Richard N. Fogoros, MD (DrRich)
  7. ^ LIRYC -Rythmology and Cardiac Modeling
  8. ^ Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine | Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
  9. ^ Doctors Who Kill: Profiles of Lethal Medics - Carol Davis, Carol Anne Davis - Google
  10. ^ Westveer, Arthur E. <! --; Federal Bureau Of Investigation, United States --> (1997). "Managing death investigation".
  11. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2014-03-02. Retrieved 2014-02-26.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  12. ^ Hispanic Americans in Congress -- Fernós
  13. ^ Hurst, J. Willis (2004). "Mario R. García-Palmieri". Clinical Cardiology. 27 (7): 431–432. doi:10.1002/clc.4960270715. PMC 6654209.
  14. ^ American College of Cardiology
  15. ^ The heart's reward
  16. ^ Details | Marcel Benoist Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine
  17. ^ [1]
  18. ^ An interview with Prof. Dr. Bhagawan Koirala taken for Readers Club magazine "Reflection" | mohanbhusal
  19. ^ Kounis syndrome: a monster for the atopic patient - Kounis - Cardiovascular Diagnosis and Therapy
  20. ^ Whonamedit - Rashid A. Massumi
  21. ^ Rashid Massumi, MD Cardiologist in Beverly Hills, CA
  22. ^ Infarct Combat Project - Articles
  23. ^ The implantable cardioverter-defibrillator: From Mirowski to its current use | BC Medical Journal
  24. ^ Mitev, I (1977). "[The 6th heart sound]". Arch Mal Coeur Vaiss. 70 (3): 265–72. PMID 404983.
  25. ^ Oxford Cardiac Electrophysiology Group: People (Denis Noble) Archived 2006-04-25 at the Wayback Machine
  26. ^ Herald arrhythmology :: Revishvili Shotaevich Amiran (K-50 ANNIVERSARY)
  27. ^ Towers, M.; Emanuel, R. (2006). "Walter Somerville CBE 1913–2005". Heart. 92 (1): 11. doi:10.1136/hrt.2005.083725. PMC 1860973.
  28. ^ Dr. Ramon Suarez - Galenus Magazine
  29. ^ Frans Van de Werf: Advisory Board Member in cardiovascular Disorders - F1000Prime
  30. ^ Whoamedit - Karel frederik Wenckebach
  31. ^ Monica Xavier | Frente Amplio Archived 2012-04-18 at the Wayback Machine

32. http://armenianweekly.com/2016/04/06/hagop-janessian-1942-2016/